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The British government plans to extend data protection laws to increase consumer rights and create new crimes
7 August 2017, 1:02 am

The British government will publish a "statement of intent" to strengthen data protection laws, giving people the right to have their personal data deleted. Organizations that can't or won't delete data, or fail to report security breaches, can be fined up to £17 million or up to 4 percent of their global turnover.

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